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anmonteiro16:08:20

this doesn’t work in ClojureScript: (def . 42)

anmonteiro16:08:29

but Clojure accepts it just fine

anmonteiro16:08:36

user=> (def . 1)
#'user/.
user=> .
1

alexmiller17:08:14

well I’d say you shouldn’t do that :)

alexmiller17:08:32

. is a special form

anmonteiro17:08:06

well, I wasn’t; I just sorta happened to try it by curiosity

anmonteiro17:08:35

but “shouldn’t do that” vs working is different IMO